Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Almost Engage in PDA on the Set of ‘The Voice’

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Almost Engage in PDA on the Set of ‘The Voice’
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Blake Shelton looks really happy these days. He has found love again and everybody is noticing it. He and Gwen Stefani spend so much time eyeballing each other at the set of the “The Voice” that everybody is beginning to notice it. And the person who most notices, it is obviously Adam Levine. He makes jokes about the couple all the time.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are really having a go at their romance. Blake, 39, and Gwen, 46, are acting like love crazed teenagers around each other even when they are on stage on the set of the talent show, “The Voice.” Their colleague Adam Levine, who has been given numerous epithets by Shelton, notices it all the time. No wonder Blake called him “Dr. Evil” once.

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Adam Levine is the man who keeps the two judges from getting into serious PDA when they are shooting for the show. One time, Gwen couldn’t stop giggling because Blake had given her a compliment and Adam joined in with fake giggling just to make light of a clearly awkward moment.

Gwen and Blake have often been seen taking breaks together to have a chat back stage. One time, Gwen even caressed Blake’s arm when they were posing for a photo shoot.

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We don’t know if it is a rumor or if the two stars really got down to it, but HollywoodLife.com reports that the two almost got down to kissing each other on the set once. They bent over and Gwen almost planted a kiss on Blake’s face.

I don’t think that this moment has been aired yet, but I will be watching the show more carefully from this point forward. You never know when the two will get embarrassing close to each other and do something hilariously adorable.

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